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Nebula background

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heres my go-- love the technique simple and effective- i did change how i coloured it-- used gradient on a seperate layer and then set it to overlay (used some dents too, just messin around)

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Here's my go at doing a redo of this. I made 3 cloud layers and colored them separately. Then merged them all together.

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OKay my frsit attempt of just getting ed's plug didn't work the way it should. What I did was to delet the entire ddl and down load Ed's complete package and the everything works fine now.

Here's my starfiled galaxy:

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File: C:\Program Files\Paint.NET\Effects\EdHarvey.Effects.dll

Name of effect: EdHarvey.Edfects.Effects.ColorFilterEffect

Error: System.TypeLoadException: "PaintDotNet.ColorWheel" "PaintDotNet, Version=3.510.4297.28970, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=null".

in EdHarvey.Edfects.Effects.ColorFilterEffectConfigDialog.InitializeComponent()

in EdHarvey.Edfects.Effects.ColorFilterEffectConfigDialog..ctor()

in EdHarvey.Edfects.Effects.ColorFilterEffect.CreateConfigDialog()

in PaintDotNet.Menus.EffectMenuBase.RunEffectImpl(Type effectType) в D:\src\pdn\pdn_35x\src\PaintDotNet\Menus\EffectMenuBase.cs:string 799

Excuse me, I edited some, because report had not english language.

Edited by Cucumber

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File: C:\Program Files\Paint.NET\Effects\EdHarvey.Effects.dll

Name of effect: EdHarvey.Edfects.Effects.ColorFilterEffect

Error: System.TypeLoadException: "PaintDotNet.ColorWheel" "PaintDotNet, Version=3.510.4297.28970, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=null".

in EdHarvey.Edfects.Effects.ColorFilterEffectConfigDialog.InitializeComponent()

in EdHarvey.Edfects.Effects.ColorFilterEffectConfigDialog..ctor()

in EdHarvey.Edfects.Effects.ColorFilterEffect.CreateConfigDialog()

in PaintDotNet.Menus.EffectMenuBase.RunEffectImpl(Type effectType) в D:\src\pdn\pdn_35x\src\PaintDotNet\Menus\EffectMenuBase.cs:string 799

This should be posted in the trouble shooting thread or in edharvey's plug-in thread. ;)

Edited by nitenurse79

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That. Is. AWESOME! I've been trying to figure out how to do this for a while- thanks for the tut! :D:mrblue::mrcyan::mrgreen::mrred::mrviolet:

My Result:

(Click for the big version)

EDIT: Doesn't seem to be showing up. Didn't even realise that I'd attempted this. :P Soooooo, Here's my (slightly more recent) one:

halonebulae.jpg

Did you make the spaceship?

This is really cool!

Here is my go at it:

nebulae.png

Good nebula

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I have to rate your tutorial, Jerry and I am almost sure that you'll be happy with the ratings you are going to recieve.

Design: 5/5 :)

Inspiration: 5/5 :)

Maximum points, marvellous, just marvellous.

Such a beautiful design; such an easy tutorial.

Thanks for the tut, now I can great nebulae in a snap! :).

Edited by Yusuf Zah

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Jerry, have you tried making a mult-coloured nebula.

Try this.

To make a multi-coloured nebula follow these steps.

1. Follow Jerry's tutorial but don't use colour filter.

2. Above the nebula layer, create a new layer.

3. Run Render>Multi-colored gradient. Select Linear.

4. Choose any colours you would like and adjust the count so that it is the same as the number of colours you have chosen. Leave these settings default it you like.

5. Set the gradient layer's blend mode to Color Burn; the nebula's to Glow and adjust the opacities to your liking.

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I have to rate your tutorial, Jerry and I am almost sure that you'll be happy with the ratings you are going to recieve.

Design: 5/5 :)

Inspiration: 5/5 :)

Maximum points, marvellous, just marvellous.

Such a beautiful design; such an easy tutorial.

Thanks for the tut, now I can great nebulae in a snap! :).

Thanks Yusuf Zah, this makes me want to write tuts again :D.

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Thank you for creating this tutorial! I had fun doing it. I am going to make more of these pictures with a few more effects...say like a night sky with a moon? I need night-time backgrounds for my characters. I will post them as soon as possible. this should be a fun project <3  :smile:

 

BTW here is my first nebula:

 

 

http://i1297.photobucket.com/albums/ag29/KellyJWats777/Nebula1_zpsf20b261d.jpg

 

 

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Well...this is the result, without the color filter plugin.

 

NEBULA%20BACKGROUND.png

 

And this is how I used it.

 

NEBULA%20BACKGROUND%20WITH%20STRANGE%20O

 

All done this same day.

Edited by Beta0
Re-linking images

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